Guess That Movie: LIII: Young Frankenstein

May 6th, 2003 by Richy B. Leave a reply »

Guess That Movie Image 53Finally, it’s time for Guess That Movie round 53 (dum dum dumm). Yep, after many incorrect guesses, round 52 was recognised as being Loser (2000) amazoncom:B00003CXK7 [Order from] by long-standing contestant Kymberlie R. McGuire: she picked up a massive 200 points for it as I kinda punished myself: if people can’t guess the image before all the points expire (as they did in that case), then obviously I made the image waaay too hard and hence should award extra points – it’s just a little bit irritating that Kymberlie picked them up (she’s got enough points already ๐Ÿ™‚ ).

Anyway, on with this image – which I’m sure you’ve all been waiting for. A word of warning whilst you guess at which movie the screen shot was taken from – it’s not as old as it looks (and, no, I didn’t “monochrome it”). Just leave a comment with your name (or alias), email address (which is hidden) and your guess and I’ll try and let you know if you are right or wrong in a timely manner.

Now, here’s some classic kiddies TV lyrics that I’ve mangled for no good reason apart from the fact I wanted to : ๐Ÿ˜€
“Why don’t you,
Why don’t you,
Just switch off your computer set and,
go and do something less boring instead.

Sitting at home, typing away,
Turn it off it’s no good to me,

Why don’t you,
Why don’t you,
Why don’t you”
(And to think I used to watch a program with a theme song that bad! ๐Ÿ™ )
A: Young Frankenstein. [Order from] amazoncom:6305168857 . Correctly guessed by Kymberlie R. McGuire

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  1. Young Frankenstein?

  2. David says:

    Yound Frankenstien

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